A shot from "Povodyr" ("Guide man") movie
From 19 to 22 of October, Days of Ukrainian cinema for the first time will be held in Hungary. Organizers plan to acquaint local audiences with high-quality products of modern Ukrainian cinema, as well as domestic classic avant-garde, reports VIDIA with reference to the press service of Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.
Opening of the Days of Ukrainian Cinema in Hungary will be attended by Pylyp Illenko, head of the State Agency of Ukraine for Cinema, Oles Sanin, director of "Povodyr" ("Guide man") movie, and Hennadiy Kofman, producer of "Zhyva vatra" ("Living bonfire") film.
"Program of the event will satisfy interests and benefits of various audience categories", organizers promise. "It includes how modern movies, such as "Povodyr", " Brothers: The Last Confession", and "The Tribe", which received a lot of positive feedbacks from the international community. Also, we will present restored films of late 1920's - early 30's - "Earth" and "Two days". The documentary genre will be presented by the film "Living bonfire".
Opening of the Days of Ukrainian Cinema in Hungary will be preceded by a press conference with Ukrainian guests, where journalists and the general public can learn more about Ukrainian cinema.
The event was organized by the Embassy of Ukraine in Hungary with the support of the State Agency of Ukraine for Cinema, Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Center, Hungarian National Cultural Foundation, and Urania National Theater, which is one the most prestigious theaters in Europe and is the venue for the event.